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Question by  MissMessy (34)

What are some good female dog names?

We just got a new puppy and can't decide on a name.


Answer by  cowohhh (569)

Most doggy names that are best should contain only one or two syllables and should not rhyme or sound like command (such as Sit and Stay). Some of the most popular female puppy names include: Princess, Chloe, Coco, Molly, Maggie, Ginger, Missy, Abby, Gracie, Rosie, Daisy, Roxy, Annie and Misty


Answer by  martha40 (52)

lady, missy, angel, muffin are common names but you could always name the dog after someone or something special to you. I had a dog named bangles cause she liked my bracelets.


Answer by  KeenaTomko (33)

The important thing is to have flexibility in the name; particularly with a female dog! They have such distinct personalities. So if you name her Alexandra, she can be Lexie when she's small and cute, and Alex later if she develops a dignified personality. Cleopatra can be Cleo or Patty.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

To get even for the dogs, I would choose Paris Hilton, however, I love names like Athena, Lily, Elle, Caledonia, Toni, Tzarina, Alabama, Star, Andromeda, Patsy, Jacqueline (pronounced in the French fashion), LadyDay, Barbarella, Raquelle, Aisleen, Blair, Brooke, Susan Lucci, Duvessa, Egan (Irish for little fiery one!)Evgren (Irish for Ray of Sunshine), Magdelena, Maird, Maeve, or Diane, the Huntress.


Answer by  Tram (30)

Some good female dog names are Maddie, Chloe, Minnie, Sheba, Dottie, Sasha. You can also name your dog after something or someone that is special to you, for example, in memory of a love one.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

In this area the popular dog names are: Belle, Bonnie, Sara, Gretchen, Heidi, Stella, Samantha, Angie, Isabelle, Molly, Nora, Pandora and Tina. It seems like dog names are like people names because what's popular now might not be tomorrow.


Answer by  tunsad (413)

When I pick a name for my dogs I go with names from literature. I've also been known to consult a "name your baby" book.


Answer by  tamkees (3203)

Consider naming the puppy after a celebrity, think "Angelina" or "Jolie." Use names you like but may be too "out there" for a human baby; "Myrtle" can work for a puppy. Think about your dog's personality and coloring. For example, "Blanche" works well for a white dog. Sadie, Abby, and Molly are currently popular girl-dog names.


Answer by  sharon4595 (650)

We have always had female dogs and we came up with the idea to name them after snacks, here are some that we used. coco, snickers,peanut,suzy-q,pompom,cupcakes. These are just some we used.


Answer by  roguecopycat (62)

Some good female dog names are Trixie, Bella, Maxine, Lady, Nikka, Tammy, Stormy, Cleo, Mika, Casey, Lambchop, Penelope, Pudding, Brownie, and Rosie.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

Take a good look at the dog and decide who he looks like. I like the name Olive. Like Olive the other reindeer.


Answer by  katieloo (1)

i like most of the dog names that people have but one of my most favorite is payton. i dont know why but i just love that name. it could fit really any type of dog(not like a male and female) personality wise! :d

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